'''Mr. Something Something''' is a Toronto
collective with activist leanings formed in 2003 by childhood friends Larry Graves (drums/percussion) and John MacLean (tenor sax). All music is written by Graves, MacLean and lead singer Johan Hultqvist. The band's second album ''The Edge'' was nominated for a 2007 Juno Award
in the World Music category. The 2007 release ''Deep Sleep'' was a collaboration with spoken word artist Ikwunga The Afrobeat Poet, the son of a famous Nigerian writer and tribal chief. ''Deep Sleep'' was the most played world music album on Canadian college radio in 2007.
The band consists of five permanent members, and a number of loosely affiliated musicians, including such notable jazz musicians as Kevin Turcotte, Richard Underhill
and Brian O'Kane. In conjunction with International Car-Free Day 2008 Mr. Something Something presented Canada's first bicycle powered concerts at the Evergreen Brickworks in Toronto's Don...